Tyonek to deliver maintenance support for US Navy aircraft at FRCSE

12 September 2018 (Last Updated September 12th, 2018 11:56)

Tyonek Global Services has secured a new contract award with the US Navy to provide aviation maintenance support to all of the service’s aircraft types.

Tyonek to deliver maintenance support for US Navy aircraft at FRCSE
A US Navy fighter aircraft. Credit: PRNewsfoto / Tyonek Native Corporation.

Tyonek Global Services has secured a new contract award with the US Navy to provide aviation maintenance support to all of the service’s aircraft types.

Under the deal, the company will be responsible for providing the navy with depot level maintenance at the service’s Fleet Readiness Center Southeast (FRCSE).

Valued at $21m, the contract work will include upgrade, conversion, in-service repairs, disassembly and other DLM services.

“The company will offer employment to more than 340 skilled workers to repair and maintain aircraft, aircraft engines, as well as associated components and materials.”

Tyonek Global Services president Steve Adlich said: “This award demonstrates Tyonek’s ability to consistently provide superior DLM performance and cost-effective execution for our US Navy customer.

“Tyonek is proud of our partnership with the US Navy and our shared commitment to aviation fleet readiness.”

The company will offer employment to more than 340 skilled workers to repair and maintain aircraft, aircraft engines, as well as associated components and materials at the US Navy’s maintenance depots.

Through the project, Tyonek Global Services will provide maintenance support services at FRCSE at Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville and NAS Cecil Field in Jacksonville, Florida, and Naval Station (NS) Mayport, Florida, as well as Fleet Readiness Center Mid-Atlantic (FRCMA) at NAS Oceana, Virginia, and NS Norfolk, Virginia.

The company also serves as the current prime contractor at the Fleet Readiness Center Mid-Atlantic (FRCMA) in Patuxent River, Maryland, and the managing partner of a joint venture Aircraft Readiness Alliance.